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  • 141Bag and baggage — Bag Bag (b[a^]g), n. [OE. bagge; cf. Icel. baggi, and also OF. bague, bundle, LL. baga.] 1. A sack or pouch, used for holding anything; as, a bag of meal or of money. [1913 Webster] 2. A sac, or dependent gland, in animal bodies, containing some… …

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  • 142Bag Balm — is a salve originally intended to soothe irritation on cows udders. Although the product only mentions use For chapped conditions and superficial abrasions it is used as a treatment for chapped and irritated skin on humans and can be found in… …

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  • 143Bag (disambiguation) — Bag has several meanings: * A bag or sack is a non rigid container. * In set theory and computer science, a multiset, sometimes called a bag , is a data structure. * bag is a very slow song in the video game Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME . * A… …

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  • 144Bag (Pest) — Bag Héraldique …

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  • 145Bag of Hits — Сборник Fun Lovin Criminals …

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  • 146bag|gie — «BAG ee», noun. 1. a small bag. 2. a) a plastic bag used to store food or to hold trash. b) Baggie. a trademark for such a bag. 3. Scottish. the stomach …

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  • 147bag and baggage — {adv.}, {informal} With all your clothes and other personal belongings, especially movable possessions; completely. * /If they don t pay their hotel bill they will be put out bag and baggage./ …

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  • 148bag and baggage — {adv.}, {informal} With all your clothes and other personal belongings, especially movable possessions; completely. * /If they don t pay their hotel bill they will be put out bag and baggage./ …

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  • 149bag-end — bottom of a bag, c.1400, from BAG (Cf. bag) (n.) + END (Cf. end) (n.) …

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  • 150bag|ger — «BAG uhr», noun. 1. a person or thing that places anything in a bag, such as groceries at a supermarket. 2. a machine which automatically packages a commodity in a bag or wrapper …

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  • 151bag´gi|ness — bag|gy «BAG ee», adjective, gi|er, gi|est. 1. hanging loosely; baglike: »The clown had baggy trousers. 2. swelling; bulging: »The baggy sails were full before the wind …

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  • 152Bag net — (b[a^]g n[e^]t ), n. A bag shaped net for catching fish. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 153Bag (puzzle) — Bag is a binary determination logic puzzle published by Nikoli.Rules Bag is played on a rectangular grid, usually of dashed lines, in which numbers appear in some of the cells.The object is to draw a single, continuous loop along the lines of the …

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  • 154Bag of Antlers — is a derogatory slang term used to denote the emaciated condition of a woman frequently a model or actress, but any woman may be targeted with the label. It is used to evoke the visualization of a woman being so underweight that her bones and… …

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  • 155Bag Ogtäräsin — (Vorname ist Ogtäräsin, auch gelistet als Oktaeraejin Bak und Oktaeraejin Park; * 11. September 1950) in Go Hng, Provinz Jeollanam do, Südkorea) ist ein südkoreanischer Philosoph, Schriftsteller und Dichter …

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  • 156bag efter — bag ef|ter bag ef|ter; bag efter el. bagefter vognen (jf. § 19. Skrivemåden uafhængig af udtalen.1.a) …

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  • 157bag ved — bag ved; bag ved el. bagved døren (jf. § 19. Skrivemåden uafhængig af udtalen.1.a) …

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  • 158bag-net — bagˈ net noun A bag shaped net for catching fish • • • Main Entry: ↑bag …

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  • 159bag|ful — «BAG ful», noun, plural fuls. 1. the amount that a bag holds when filled: »to eat a bagful of peanuts. 2. an abundant supply; plenty: »The rich tycoon has bagfuls of money …

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  • 160bag|gage — «BAG ihj», noun. 1. the trunks, bags, or suitcases that a person takes with him when he travels; luggage. 2. the equipment that an army or an exploring party takes with it, such as tents, blankets, dishes, and cooking utensils. 3. Informal,… …

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